Antecedents, Concomitants, and Consequences of Pediatric Headache: Confirmatory Construct Validation of Two Parent–Report Scales

@article{Bijttebier1999AntecedentsCA,
  title={Antecedents, Concomitants, and Consequences of Pediatric Headache: Confirmatory Construct Validation of Two Parent–Report Scales},
  author={Patricia Bijttebier and Hans Vertommen},
  journal={Journal of Behavioral Medicine},
  year={1999},
  volume={22},
  pages={437-456}
}
The aim of the study presented is to examine the psychometric properties of two parent–report scales for the assessment of environmental factors in pediatric headache, namely, the Children's Headache Assessment Scale (CHAS) and the Illness Behavior Encouragement Scale (IBES). Data were gathered in a sample of 160 parents of children suffering from headaches regularly. The internal structure of both scales is investigated by means of confirmatory factor analysis. The internal consistency of the… CONTINUE READING

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